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A plan to rebuild after coronavirus

We were making progress and huge strides in unlocking Redditch’s full potential – but we must now redouble our efforts in the wake of coronavirus.

£30 billion Plan for Jobs will support & protect livelihoods in Redditch

Yesterday (July 8th), Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed the Government’s £30 billion Plan for Jobs – designed to support people to find the jobs that are out there, creating new jobs through investing in our infrastructure and housing, and protecting jobs by revitalising the hard-hit sectors upon which many jobs depend.

Redditch to benefit from £1 million investment to unlock the town’s full potential

It’s been confirmed Redditch will receive £1 million from this fund to spend on projects across the town this year. This is an advance on the up to £25 million Town Deal Redditch was awarded in 2019.

Statement on electric buses

“I will never apologise for being ambitious for Redditch.”

Prime Minister’s New Deal critical to plans to revitalise and rebuild Redditch

In Dudley today (June 30th), Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out an ambitious economic strategy to rebuild Britain, putting jobs, skills and infrastructure investment at the heart of the Government’s economic recovery post-coronavirus.

Rachel welcomes extra £105 million to keep rough sleepers off the streets

This additional funding will be used to support these rough sleepers and those at risk of homelessness into tenancies of their own, including through help with deposits for accommodation, and securing thousands of alternative rooms already available and ready for use, such as student accommodation.

Get in touch with Rachel Maclean

You can contact Rachel on a wide range of issues.

Rachel Maclean MP

Rachel Maclean MP

Member of Parliament for Redditch

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and two rescue dogs, Phoebe & Herbie. She has spent most of her life in the Solihull and Birmingham area. As promised at the General Election in 2017, Rachel, her family, Phoebe & Herbie the dogs have now moved to the constituency.

Rachel has a background in business, after she married her husband David, they set up a Birmingham based publishing company, specialising in IT and software content. Over the years she faced the challenges and setbacks that many small business owners experience, but the business eventually flourished and now employs people from all over the Midlands area including Redditch people, as well as having an international presence.

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